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The first M2A1 (Bradley Fighting Vehicle) arrives at the Twin Bridges training area in the Republic of Korea Nov. 2, 1998. The M2A1 comes from the Task Force 1ST Battalion 23rd Infantry Division out of Ft. Lewis, Wash. TF 123 is conducting an assault on two Infantry companies froma Republic of Korea armored brigade in participation of Foal Eagle '98. A combined exercise involving the Republic of Korea Army and the United States Armed Forces

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